Hummer H2 Killed through Bentley-style Custom Treatment

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Some people just take things too far when it comes to tuning, creating vehicles that cross the border between bling and blind. This not only affects the vehicle that the modification project is based on, but also create a negative reputation for the entire aftermarket world.

Let’s take the vehicle from the adjacent images, which were published by, as an example. The starting point for the project was a Hummer H2, a car that already draws attention. The owner chose to dress the SUV in a golden finish, with the same color being used for the interior, where it was mixed with fuchsia.

The golden paint was even used for the rims, where a background surface covered in it was installed. Since we got to the wheels, we must mention that these come in an extremely generous size, used a chromed finish and a complicated design.

If things had stopped here, the overkill label for the project would have been an uncertain matter. However, the owner decided that his H2 must wear Bentley-inspired exterior elements. This treatment was used for the front bumper, front grille and headlights - we are actually dealing with a Bentley face here. The huge exhaust pipes at the rear don’t help either.

The interior has received a sky roof that runs the entire length of the roof, a high-end audio system (besides the in-car elements, this takes us the entire luggage compartment) and a custom quilted leather finish that uses the aforementioned gold-fuchsia finish.
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